House Prices

The value of your property is a powerful indicator of affluence, and knowing the price the property was sold for enables you to identify expensive properties. The very act of moving is a demand trigger for all sorts of goods and services and by knowing the date of sale it is possible to identify recent movers  and this is a significant and important market. As well as recent movers  it is also possible to identify properties with long standing residents or properties of a particular type. Currently there are around 13.5 million addresses held on the database   

Land Registry release information on house price sales in England & Wales. The information is released on a monthly basis from 1995 onwards and provides:-

  • Full address of the property 
  • Price paid for the property
  • Date of sale
  • Property type (Detached, Semi, Terraced, Flat/Maisonette)
  • New build or not
  • Freehold or leasehold.

In addition, the following has also been derived and added to the database:-

  • The number of times the property has been sold since 1995
  • A modelled estimator as to the value of the property in 2020. Properties could have been sold at any time since January 1995
  • Region
  • Ordnance Survey grid references for site location analysis 
  • Sonar
  • Predictors of Postcode Wealth and Presence of Families
  • Proportion of properties within each Council Tax band in the postcode
  • FSA postcode sector Mortgage lending data
  • Proportions showing the Age of Properties within the Area 

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